Career Development International: Volume 12 Issue 5


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Predicting absenteeism and turnover intentions by past absenteeism and work attitudes: An empirical examination of female employees in long term nursing care facilities

Aaron Cohen, Ronit Golan

The purpose of this paper is to examine the impact of prior absenteeism, demographic variables, and work attitudes (job satisfaction, perceptions of health, and work commitments…


Work values of surviving and non‐surviving managers during economic recession

Jan Selmer, Christian Waldstrøm

The purpose of this research is to compare work values of surviving and non‐surviving managers during a period of general economic recession in Hong Kong associated with the Asian…


Career development in primary school children

Serap Nazli

This paper has three objectives. The first is to determine the level of primary school students' career development, the second is to test Super's childhood years career…


Doing more with less: An analysis of work life balance among layoff survivors

Meghna Virick, Juliana D. Lilly, Wendy J. Casper

The purpose of this research is to examine how increased work overload of layoff survivors relates to their work‐life balance and job and life satisfaction.


Stakeholder assessments as a predictor of high potential and promotion to partner in professional service firms

Stephen A. Stumpf

The purpose of this research is to examine multisource feedback from a stakeholder perspective, arguing that select competency assessments that different rater groups provide are…

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